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If you’ve experienced back pain for a long time, you might notice than prescription drugs don’t seem to work. That’s because they’re not targeting the source of the pain. Injections deliver medicine precisely to the painful area so you get quick and effective relief. There are several common types of spinal injections. Doctors use X-ray guidance when using injections to ensure...

If you have arthritis in the knees, you likely experience significant pain and inflammation. If you’re tired of popping pain medications and attending physical therapy appointments, consider injectable medications. Many types of joint injections can help reduce knee pain while increasing mobility. Read on to learn more about the different medications available. We also invite you to learn more about Dr....

Many people suffer from pain caused by sciatica. Sciatica occurs when something places pressure on the sciatic nerve, which runs down the back of both legs. This pressure can cause back, leg, hip and buttock pain. If you’re suffering from sciatica pain, it’s helpful to know what’s causing it and how you can treat it. Read on to learn more...

Pregnancy is supposed to be a joyous time, but many women don’t feel that way. That’s because they’re gaining an extra 20–30 pounds (or more!), which is putting all this stress on the back. Back pain during pregnancy is actually quite common, with 50%* of all expectant mothers experiencing back pain to some degree. Ten percent of pregnant women experience...

Many people struggle with osteoporosis, which causes bones to become brittle and weaken. Due to the weakening of the bones, fractures are quite common. In many cases, fractures occur in the spine. These are most commonly referred to as spinal compression fractures, although they are also called osteoporotic fractures and vertebral fractures. Spinal compression fractures cause significant back pain for patients....

If you have constant pain in the lower back, you may have a condition called degenerative disc disease. This may seem scary, but the good news is that the pain can be managed without surgery. Degenerative disc disease is often caused by wear and tear or an injury to the lower back. It is actually more common than you think. Among...

We’ve all experienced pain at some point. Most of the pain we experience goes away rather quickly. Unfortunately, however, many people suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain happens after an injury and continues for at least six months. Some people deal with chronic pain for many years. It can affect you physically and emotionally, but the good news is that...

If you’ve dealt with chronic back and neck pain for years, it’s time to do something about it. Painkillers and steroid injections haven’t worked, so what’s next? You may be a good candidate for an innovative medical technology called radiofrequency ablation. We also invite you to learn more about Dr. Nikesh Seth and other providers including Dr. Anne-Marie Cosijns, Dr. Lisa Sparks, Dr. Michael...

Osteoarthritis is a joint disease that typically affects the elderly and those who have suffered serious injuries to the knees, hips, hands or back. The most common symptoms are joint stiffness and pain. Exercise, medication and weight loss can help relieve pain and improve mobility. We also invite you to learn more about Dr. Nikesh Seth and other providers including Dr. Anne-Marie...

We’ve all experienced pain from time to time – a fall onto the ground, a burn from a hot pot, a major headache, a stubbed toe, even a paper cut. It’s normal to have pain when you’ve injured yourself. That’s your body’s way of telling you someone if wrong. But if your injury has healed and you’re still experiencing pain...

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